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Small Publishers Fair returns to the delight of writers and readers

LOVE writing and reading? Then you’ll be over the moon that Frome’s Small Publishers’ Fair is back after a two-year Covid-enforced absence.  The Fair, which takes place at the Silk…

Entry now open for Black Swan Arts Open competition

BLACK Swan Arts is inviting artists to take part in their annual Open competition.  Entries will be exhibited for eight weeks in July and August. Curator at Black Swan Arts,…

‘Blistering’ new novel to be launched in Frome

WINSTONE’S Hunting Raven Books is proud to be hosting the launch of local author Winnie M Li’s blistering new novel at the Frome Assembly Rooms on Thursday 23rd June.  Tipped…

Farmfest & The Frome’s Missing Links Summer Fete at The Frome Independent

IF cycling is your thing, and you love live music, Sunday 5th June is The Frome Independent for you! To celebrate the start of the festival season, Farmfest will be…

May at the Merlin…

FROME’S professional community theatre, the Merlin, has embraced the start of the season with a spring in its step as its programme for May brings something for everyone, including live…

Exciting Spring line-up at the Memorial theatre

LARGER than life actor, writer and presenter Brian Blessed is leading the spring lineup at the Memorial Theatre. Known for his hearty, king-sized portrayals on film and television and booming,…

Dazzling Flamencos are coming to Frome

FLAMENCO Fusions, a multimedia dance show, presented by Claudia Caolín Dance & Entertainment, is coming to dazzle locals at the Merlin Theatre on 26th June from 7.30pm.  This special evening…

Walks and talks at Dissenters’ Cemetery

ON the second Saturday of May and June, Jim Parsons will be walking around the Frome Dissenters’ Cemetery and talking about the cemetery; some of its history; some of the…

‘This Is What The Menopause Looks Like’ Exhibition at Silk Mill

A NEW exhibition that is designed to celebrate women going through menopause is currently underway at the Silk Mill Studios and Gallery.   Catrin Osborne, an artist originally from Westbury,…

Mobius Loop and Tongue Fu promise a wild ride

MOBIUS Loop, the popular gypsy folk band, will be gracing the stage of 23 Bath Street on 19th May and ‘local legend’ Chris Redmond (Tongue Fu) will be supporting the…